Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Feds Hijack Silk Road Case in Bid to Dismantle Internet Freedom

I have been warning that the government will impose regulations that will make government tracking of Bitcoin, a key component of the e-currency. The Silk Road case is just one example of how this will be done.

Infowars reports that "the federal government is preparing to use the case against alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht as a trojan horse to eviscerate Internet freedoms and make website owners criminally responsible for their users’ actions, setting the precedent for chilling new laws that would drastically change the face of the world wide web."

In an interview with Julia Tourianski, Ulbricht’s mother Lyn Ulbricht explains why the case poses the biggest threat to the future of the Internet since SOPA and PIPA, says Infowars:

Bitcoin is not a libertarian currency.


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